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Dr. Caroline Ramsey Musselwhite

Thursday, January 5, 2023

MLK Songboard

 What:  This is a songboard that I made more than 20 years ago.  It was part of a ''Social Studies' CD that I was working on, but never finished.  There were some fun songboards, that have been added to my Singing to Learn 'CD' (a.k.a., dropbox).  For more information about that dropbox, use this link:  Caroline's 'CDs'/ Dropboxes Flyer

The MLK songboard folder includes PDFs of all symbols and images needed to create this songboard.  It also includes the lyrics and goals, relative to standards (see below).

How:  The MLK Songboard is designed to start a conversation about the many dreams of Martin Luther King.  While symbols are included to suggest typical examples (freedom, equality, etc.) students are encouraged to use their devices, voices, and the alphabet to share their own ideas.  Take time to read books, watch videos (including his "I Have a Dream Speech) and have a conversation first.  Using this songboard can be part of your assessment, determining how much your students learned from the prior lessons.

 The lyrics could be made into a transitional book using PowerPoint, Slides, Pictello, Book Creator, etc.

Where:  Download this as a gift using this link:

MLK Songboard Folder

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